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Following World War I, how did Wilson propose to have world peace? through the Fourteen Points the League of Nations Treaty of Versailles
Following World War I, Wilson proposed to have world peace through the Fourteen Points.
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Following World War I, Wilson proposed to have world peace through the Fourteen Points.
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